The parts of London that didn’t swing behind Sadiq Khan
Medium, 2 June 2016

The Portillo moments behind the camera
Medium, June 2015

Lord Ashcroft’s polling overlooked the election’s key battlegrounds
The Spectator, 15 May 2015

Newspaper readers decide elections, not editors
The Spectator, 6 May 2015

Teflon Theresa and outraged Yvette battle over immigration and police cuts
The Spectator, 27 April 2015

Chris Leslie makes ‘no apology’ for Labour’s focus on the current budget deficit
The Spectator, 22 April 2015

The Trussell Trust’s misleading figures on food bank usage help no one
The Spectator, 22 April 2015

Philip Hammond signals extra help for the Mediterranean crisis
The Spectator, 21 April 2015

Exclusive: Where the next generation of MPs think the burden of cuts should fall
The Spectator, 16 April 2015

Deficit? What deficit? Labour candidates ignore key issue
The Spectator, 10 April 2015

Ed Miliband’s popularity is improving – and the Tories should worry
The Spectator, 7 April 2015

Cameron needs to be the reasonable statesman on tonight’s debate
The Spectator, 2 April 2015

Gordon Brown laments the ‘constitutional revolution’ of his own making
The Spectator, 26 March 2015

At Goldsmiths, the mere threat of a backlash against comedian Kate Smurthwaite was able to shut down free speech
The Huffington Post, 4 February 2015

Inside North Korea’s remarkable embassy in suburban London
The Huffington Post, 10 January 2015

Grant Shapps faces planted questions on LBC
The Spectator, 6 January 2015

Michael Gove might not be preparing for another coalition. But other Tories are
The Spectator, 6 January 2015

Students’ unions have no business in censoring newspapers
The Huffington Post, 31 December 2013

Today’s youth have A grades and LinkedIn profiles, but are they happier?
The Telegraph, 23 August 2013


Left on the Tube: £2,300 camera, two Cartier watches and oboe worth £600
Evening Standard, 24 December 2014


Alex Farquharson interview on Nottingham Contemporary’s Rights of Nature
Nottingham Post, 13 January 2015

Echo & The Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch: ‘Does anyone really get how great we are?’
Nottingham Post, 20 November 2014

Review: God Is An Astronaut, Rock City
Nottingham Post, 14 March 2014

Review: Editors, Rock City
Nottingham Post, 29 November 2013

Editors interview: ‘Melancholy is always better’
Nottingham Post, 21 November 2013

Review: Poirot and Me – An Afternoon with David Suchet, Theatre Royal
Nottingham Post, 9 November 2013

Student journalism

The Union’s move to ban The Sun was an undemocratic stitch-up
Impact, 12 March 2014

Ken Clarke interview: ‘It’s ultra right-wing nationalists who lead the Eurosceptic cause’
Impact, 19 December 2013

Glasvegas interview: ‘Brian May didn’t even know what city he was in’
Impact, 31 October 2013

Interview: Sleepmakeswaves
Impact, 27 September 2013

Review: Spotlight Kid, Bodega
Impact, 18 June 2013

Where We Are Now: The Return of David Bowie
Impact, 13 January 2013